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it's wednesday, october 14th. coming up on "early today," the democrat's first debate provided plenty of fireworks from the frontrunners. >> congress does not regulate wall street, wall street regulates congress. >> no, that's not -- >> but who scored with the voters? then a jury's verdict in a gun liability case could send shock waves across the nation.
the chicago cubs clinch their first ever at home. and lamar odem is found unconscious in a brothel. and much more, "early today" starts right now. and good morning. thanks for being with us. it was build illed as a slug fist. and here for the fireworks. >> reporter: five democrats debated but the focus was on front runner hillary clinton and on bernie sanders who's won first in early primary states and calls himself a socialist. >> we're going to win. i believe in a society where all people do well, not just a handful of billionaires. sfwlrks >> reporter: hillary clinton, does she have that view. >> i think like most people i
know, i have a range of views but they're rooted in my values and my experience. >> reporter: issue number two, guns. >> is bernie sanders tough enough on guns? >> no, not at all. >> i can say all the shouting in the world is not going to do what i would hope all of us want and that is keep guns out of the hands of the people that should not have those guns. we don't want american troops on the ground in syria. i never said that. >> i believe that a no fly zone in syria at this time actually, secretary, would be a mistake. >> reporter: on benghazi and hillary clinton using private emails p. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your emails. >> thank you. me too. >> i enough of the emails. let's talk about the real issues facing america.
>> reporter: nbc news las vegas. >> people across social media were sharing their impressions of the debate. twitter released its top debate moments. first one was just as donald trump tweeted, sorry there is no star on the stage tonight. judge for yourself. >> in my view, secretary clinton, you do not, congress does not regulate congress, wall street regulates congress and we have to -- and saying please -- >> no, that's not -- >> i just arrived, my dad had died in office. >> are you saying you didn't know what you were voting for? >> i think we get some take overs and that was my very first vote, 9, 2, 5. >> what does that say about you casting a vote for something you're not sure about?
i had been mayor, my dad died, it was the first vote and it was 90-5. >> i'll be there and answer their questions but i want to talk not about the emails but what the american people want from the next president of the united states. >> let me say something that may not be great politics. but i think the secretary is right. and that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your dam emails. >> me too. >> enough of the emails. let's talk about the real issues facing america. >> and bernie sanders said after the debate, it was a spontaneous response. >> so, when i was simply saying let this email process take its course but lets rr address the real issues. >> bill clinton tweeted a photo
a message of support. and during the debate, mike huckabee tweeted, i trust bernie sanders with my tax dollars like i trust a north korean chef with my labrador. donald trump still leads but ben carson only a point behind him. and snl hosting gig, nbc announced trump will host "saturday night live" on november 7th. and he last hosted in 2004. former nba player lamar, odem was found unconscious that love ranch brothel. he checked in on saturday and was last seen at 6:00 p.m. tuesday morning. and then they checked on him at 3:30 p.m. local time, he was ung conscious. they were instructed to turn him
he had been taking herbal viagra and partying, though he stressed though illegal drugs were found in his room. he was treated at local hospital, before being transport transported to sunrise hospital. exwife, chloe kardashian rushed to his side. a milwaukee jury has found a local gun shop is in fact liable for the shooting of two police officers. dan schenamen has the details. >> reporter: negligent suit was filed by two police officers. the gunman used a weapon purchased at badger guns and according to the suit the weapon was sold to a straw buyer for a customer buying a gun for someone who couldn't legally do
the jury side would the officers p . >> was it negligence? the jury answered this question, yes. >> reporter: jurors ordered the gun store to pay officers nearly $6 million. and this shows jacob collins purchasing the gun for someone too young to do so. they say conflicting information on the sales documents sld been should have been a warning sign. >> the ct of straw purchasing is fundamentally deception. >> reporter: they did not comment after the verdict was read. they expect appeals to go on for years. planned parenthood announced it will no longer accept reimbursement. this comes after recent attempt for congressional republicans to pull the organization's federal
showing parent misconduct. they challenge the edits. they call and planned parenthood president said the goal of the extremists has nothing to do with fetal-tissue donation but is instead to ban abortion. today, we're taking their smoke screen away." and now to something that has never ever happened in the history of chicago's wrigley field. >> he got him. a strike out. the cubs win. the chicago cubs are heading to the national league championship series. >> and for the first time since wrigley opened in 1914, they've clinched their first series at home. cubs fans were beyond you foric as they had the best record in baseball. and fans poured into the streets
celebrating what might be the next step in the team's 107 year wait for a world series title. and we're guessing that most of chicago may still be celebrating at this hour. going strong in chi town. and a take all in los angeles on thursday and it's a winner take all fifth game, rangers and torontos. game time is 407:00 and then houston at kansas city, 807:00. i'm guessing, bill karins, whatever the weather was -- >> can you imagine, if they make to the world series, one of the highest ranked world series in a long, long time. 90% of us have fantastic weather. we have rain heading your way over the next couple of days. it's been kind of dry in
returning and over the next few days, it's mostly areas on the southeast coast. maybe at worst, three inches of rain. and not much makes it over to areas around tampa. and from new england all the way across the country, about as good as it gets. now a look closer. and some people starting to complain just a little bit that they'd like fall to move into texas and oklahoma. near 95 to 97 in areas like dallas and shreveport. this is about as nice as it gets. a very beautiful pattern. >> midoctober, got to love it. have you heard about the aunt who was speaking over 100 grand over a lawsuit for a hug
tragic scene in south florida, at least one woman was killed when a small plane crashed into a trailer park yesterday. one trailer was completely ingmp engulfed in flames while another one was damaged. the sentinal reports three bodies were pulled boo y the wreckage. and the jury ruled against the aunt to sued her neph sue over a hug gone wrong. she claimed her 8-year-old nephew was negligent when he knocked her over giving her a hug. he said quote i was at a party recently and it was difficult to hold had hors d'oeuvres plate. and the nephew, whose mom died last year, owed her nothing. .
the world has finally learned what happened to doomed malaysian airlines flight, mh 17. >> reporter: crash investigators confirmed what many western countries have long alleged, that a russian missile brought down the boeing. >> flight mh 17 crashed as a result of a detonation outside the airplane sfwlrks . >> reporter: the dutch don't say who fired the missile. and they released animation depicting the missile exploding. and most passengers quickly died but it's possible some stayed alive for 90 seconds.
they've recovered shrapnel. and they detected a missile launch from separatist territory. but russia, which denies arming the rebels, said the dutch report is biassed and wrong. mean meanwhile they were sharply critical of ukraii who didn't close their airspace as war was raging. and jennifer lawrence says she's over being likable, negotiationt. ationt. . . n. n. e. e. x. x. t.
this morningn "today," are poce spying on yoh? jeeyff rossen reports on new technology that allyos police to record your location while driving. the gender pay gap is in the spotlight. nnifer lawrence opens up about her reaction when learning her male co stars were being paid a lot more than she was. >> reporter: jennifer lawrence may be the highest paid woman in hollywood, but that's not the point. the point, she writes in a letter posted online is that the men are making more. when the filming hack happened and i found out how less i was
certain male body part, i got mad at myself, not sony. and it showed lawrence made 7% of "american ustle's profits. e said i failed as a negotiator when i gave up early. it's about changing the mindset and stitking up for yourself. >> she's in demand, she can orsevehat she wants to do. so, coming out on this i ue is not going to hurt her professionally. >> reporter: the 25-year-old wonders if the general desire not to seem difficult is a lingering habit among women. and arquette spoke out. >> equal means equal.
employees made 78 cents to every dollar earned for a man. but what to do about itremains politically contentious. and the star says i'm over trying to find the adorable way toli state my opinion and still be likable, then she added "f" that. she is so good at what she does, that attitude may just work. stephanie gosk nbc news, new york. and taylor swift dominates the ama nominations. >>s > and a pizza delivery driver
. all right, now to entertainment. this morning, denzel washington will direct a episode of " grey's anatomy." e hayden panettiere gave birth to her first daughter in december and has asked that the media respect her privacy during this time. taylor swift led the nominations for the american music awards. she's followed by the weekend, each with five nominations.
leading the news in u.s.a. today, pastor fails to meet with kentucky governor about clerk kim davis. they want governor to call a special legislative session so they can enact accommodations for clerk's like davis who refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. and golden gate bridge is getting a $76 million safety net of steel wires that would act as a suicide barrier.
1600 people have jumped to tir death since the bridge opened in 1937. 28 of them in 2013 alone. they hope it will be in place by 2019. pizza delivery driver reseevl reseevl re received a random act of kindness. she lives in an apartment with her 2-year-old son was short on her rent. this was part of a serving of generosity. and the martin luther king jr. monument is already facing back lash. and the naacp and the fclc announced their opposition to the plan, believing king's image should mot be not be associated with the confederacy. halloween costumed went up
it was evacuated as employees trying to extinguish the fire. they saw someone using a lighter blaze. the person has been arrested on suspicion of arts son. malfunction. in sweden on monday, a robotic camera took an unexpected lap of his cool. he kept doing the forecast. >> oh, there's the anchors, hi. >> the reason for the turn remains a mystery, but word on the street is he ticked off the director. >> if he had actually followed the camera, come on. >>ium ium 'm with you. military commanders from u.s. and russia will have a new round of talks of how to stay